55-winning duo Greg Stewart and Bongani Zungu are both still in limbo after leaving Rangers earlier this summer.

Stewart was released in June after his contract expired and Zungu was sent back to parent club Amiens at the end of his loan deal after the Lights Blues opted against a permanent deal.

Greg Stewart scored three goals and notched seven assists from 33 Rangers appearances. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

There’s been plenty of reported interest in the former Gers, but their futures remain uncertain.

Last month, Stewart said in an interview with the Daily Record that he had one offer from abroad and several from Scottish clubs, with the Courier crediting St Johnstone with interest.

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He said he was weighing up which move would be best for his family, but several weeks later, he remains a free agent.

Zungu’s situation is a little different.

The 28-year-old is under contract at Amiens until next summer, so he is affiliated with a club.

However, as of earlier this month, he was still at home in South Africa with visa issues delaying his return to France.

Regardless, his agent made it clear that playing in the French second tier was ‘not an option’ for Zungu, with newly-promoted La Liga side Espanyol credited with interest [Soccer Laduma].

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55-winning former Rangers duo Zungu and Stewart are still in limbo. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

The Spanish top-flight season got underway at the weekend but no switch has materialised yet and the Bafana Bafana star may well still be in South Africa.

As a free agent, Stewart has plenty of time to find a new club, but with just two weeks of the summer window remaining, Zungu needs something to happen quickly or he may end up having to see out his deal with Amiens in Ligue 2.

According to a report, the door is still open for Rangers to sign an impressive international from the same league.

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